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Hitting a bump at speed can cause several problems: Tire or wheel damage: generally this requires a replacement tire or wheel Suspension damage: a suspension member could have been bent or damaged by the impact Alignment problems: this isn't damage, just needs a re-alignment Lost wheel balancing weights: this is easily fixed by getting the wheels re-...


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This is a hard one with what little information there is to go on. Sounds like a misfire but usually (especially with a 4 cylinder engine) you would feel it at idle in park if it was a totally dead cylinder. First thing I would do is unplug the coils, crank the engine over for a few seconds and listen to it, I’ve seen plenty of these Hondas partially loose ...


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Did you have the flywheel resurfaced? If while in gear and moving if pushing the clutch in and out the noise changes it is most likely right there.


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If your car doesn't have anti lock brakes...Front or rear as my 2005 Dodge neon (non antilock rear) front only. Tires got a flat spot after a hard brake and rear tires skid( not long )but being new tires a noise developed with a (tap...tap..tap..)then with more miles it became a (thump.thump.thump ) sound. You can't fix it. Had to buy 2 new tires even though ...


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Ask for a 2 plane balance. That is the best way to have the weight split so the 1/4 oz and 1/4 oz making 1/2 oz is not putting only on the inside. Example. The machine will show where the weight is needed. Putting all the weight on the inside so you don't see the lead....appearance (show) .balancing the inside/and /outside will help high speed rotation...75 ...


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